HC orders stay on re-exam

HC orders stay on re-exam

The High Court on Thursday stayed the re-examination process for 464 candidates of a degree college affiliated to Mysore University in connection with marks cards manipulation by the computer section there.

The results of 464 candidates, who appeared and passed undergraduate courses between 2003 and 2009, were nullified by the University following alleged malpractice.

The University had alleged that students with the help of staff members at computer section had manipulated the marks cards itself. The University had further issued fresh notification to conduct re-examination to these candidates.

However, 464 candidates had filed a petition challenging University notification on conducting re-examination and stated that they do not have any role in marks card manipulation.

Hearing the petition, Justice A N Pachapure stayed the re-examination and directed the university to file objection and adjourned the matter for further hearing on the case.

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